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  • Jun12_ABQ HOPE scholars

    Scholarships set students on path to manufacturing careers

    Jun 12, 2018

    Honeywell is putting 20 recent high school graduates on the path to rewarding careers in manufacturing through the Honeywell Opportunity for Prosperity through Education (HOPE) Scholarship program.

     Now in its second...

  • Jun4_DOE Small Biz award

    Small business flourishes with Honeywell coaching

    Jun 4, 2018

    Honeywell was awarded the DOE Small Business “Mentor of the Year” Award for helping a small Kansas-based machining and assembly vendor, Ultra-Tech Aerospace (UTA), with two aggressive goals – expand...

  • May20_Eric Byer Grandview Volunteer award

    Eric Byer voted Volunteer of the Year for STEM passion

    May 20, 2018

    Mechanical Engineer Eric Byer was recognized for his STEM volunteer efforts by Grandview High School this spring. Eric is one of many volunteers from Honeywell working with Project

    Lead the Way...

  • May10_AESA Video Screen Shot

    Simulation saves the day

    May 10, 2018

    The workload at Kansas City National Security Campus, along with the entire nuclear security enterprise, is dramatically increasing as we work to modernize and refurbish the nation’s nuclear deterrent through...

  • May3_TYCTW_Klug

    Take Your Child to Work Day emphasizes future careers

    May 3, 2018

    “Thank you for choosing to do work that matters for our country.” That’s what nearly 250 middle and high school students said to their parents at our 2018 Take Your...

  • Apr25_Copper

    Developing new technique to weld copper

    Apr 25, 2018

    Some like it hot…like copper, which requires roughly twice as much heat input than steel to get it to fuse correctly. Being a high-heat conductive alloy, copper is notorious for...

  • Apr6_MSIPP

    Honeywell hosts Advanced Manufacturing Workshop with MSIPP UNiversities

    Apr 6, 2018

    More than 35 university students and professors visited the Kansas City National Security Campus (KCNSC) this spring to collaborate and innovate. Honeywell hosted this group of diverse technical universities, such...

  • Mar25_space camp_KS

    Space camp launches the imagination for area students

    Mar 25, 2018

    Nine local Kansas City students were among 300 students selected worldwide from 25 countries to participate in this year’s Honeywell Leadership Challenge Academy.

     Created in partnership with the U.S. Space...

  • Mar12_Science Bowl pic

    Science Bowl ignites fun competition

    Mar 12, 2018

    If a lightning bolt is seen and its accompanying thunder is heard 15 seconds later, how far away is the storm? If you were at the Kansas City Regional Science...

 
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